Car enthusiasts won’t want to miss the City’s Family Fun Day and Car Show on Saturday, February 2 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The show, sponsored by Project CS Teen Car Club and co-sponsored by Auto Works Collision and Paint, Inc., will be held at the Sportsplex, across from the Tennis Center. Admission is $2 for adults and $1 for children and students.
Keeping personal paperwork with account numbers, PIN numbers and other sources of identification could lead to identity theft. Avoid becoming a victim and bring any personal documents to the City’s next Shredathon, where they will be shredded for free on site.
Come sit under the stars and enjoy a movie with your family and friends at the City’s free Movie at the Park.
The Odd Life of Timothy Green will air on Saturday, January 12 at 7 p.m. at Betti Stradling Park. Parking and admission is free.
The City of Coral Springs is inviting residents to its annual State of the City on Wednesday, January 30, at 7 p.m. at the Center for the Art as part of the City’s 50th Anniversary.
Don’t miss the Coral Springs 2012 Holiday Parade on December 12.
This popular parade along Sample Road Popular is attended by over 20,000 spectators and participants each year.
Join the drama department at Coral Glades High School for a night of Shakespeare under the stars in their newly created amphitheater where audience members will get a unique and interesting Shakespearean globe experience.
Veterans Day was observed today in Coral Springs with a moving ceremony that included the family of Warrant Officer Joseph L. Schiro, who was killed in Afghanistan.
On Sunday, families, friends and neighbors are welcome to attend annual Coral Springs Veterans Day Ceremony where there will be a special tribute honoring the life of resident Joseph Schiro who died in Afghanistan.
What do teens like Amanda from Brazil, Alexander from Germany, Rosa from Estonia, Ala from Tunisia and Rui from China have in common? These teens plus 60 others are headed to the United States in August as part of a group of about 3,500 teens from 60 countries, all of whom will be Youth for Understanding (YFU) high school exchange students.
Education is a priority in the city of Parkland and that is why the city has budgeted money to help their residents prepare for the SAT and ACT tests for high school students.